Today I’m linking up with The Broke and Bookish for their Top Ten Tuesday series. The theme for this week is unique book titles, so I had fun looking through my Goodreads shelves and finding fun book titles.
- Boycrazy: And How I Ended Up Single and (Mostly) Sane
(Nonfiction) This book is exactly what the title would make you think – real, honest, funny, tough, and totally spot-on.
- Hiding from the Kids in My Prayer Closet
(Nonfiction) I’m not even a mom and I can relate to this.
- The Insatiable Quest for Beauty
(Nonfiction) The book is as beautiful as the title which is saying a lot.
- Getting Jesus Wrong:: Giving Up Spiritual Vitamins and Checklist Christianity
(Nonfiction) Not my favorite book – but the title is definitely intriguing.
- To Kill a Mockingbird
(Fiction) Growing up I heard this title over and over again, but it wasn’t until I read the book earlier this year that it became evident why everyone talked about it.
- Thicker Than Blood
(Fiction) Family rifts, old books, ranches…a winning combination.
- Loglines in the Wild
(Nonfiction) Being a writer sometimes feels like I’m hacking my way through a jungle, so this title is so fitting.
- Take the Key and Lock Her Up
(Fiction) A title that asks so many questions.
- Tournaments, Cocoa & One Wrong Move
(Fiction) I didn’t particularly like this book, but the title set-up is one I really enjoy.
- The Lost Girl of Astor Street
(Fiction) A lost girl, a desperate friend, and a mystery that transcends social classes.
Have you read any of these books? Or what are some of the most unique titles of boosk you’ve read?